A courtside view of the sixth day's play
(Also in Grandstand on BBC1)
Errol Flynn , Anna Neagle with Patrice Wymore , Martita Hunt
Ivor Novello 's famous musical about a Ruritanian prince who prefers the charms of a mature mistress to the responsibilities of kingship and an innocent young queen.
Producer and director HERBERT WILCOX
DAVID HOLMES reviews week-by-week the moves made by the politicians and examines the part played by government in the lives of us all.
Editor JOHN DANVERS
2: Eyes in the Desert
Presented by Rene Cutforth
In mid-1942, as Rommel stood poised for his final assault on Egypt, British radio monitors in the desert were electrified to intercept a broadcast from Berlin. It implied that the Germans possessed a stolen American codebook which gave them access to the Allies' radioed military secrets. Could the information gained through this codebook be the explanation of the Germans' unstoppable advance? The reason for a naval disaster in the Mediterranean? How Rommel had gained his title - The Desert Fox ?
Based on the book The Codebreakers by DAVID KAHN
Director ROBIN BOOTLE
Producer BRUCE NORMAN
by THOMAS HARDY : dramatised in four parts by HARRY GREEN
Grace has overcome her doubts about marriage and about Suke's visit to Fitzpiers's cottage. Grace and Fitzpiers are due to return from their honeymoon.
Part 3: Felice
Script editor LENNOX PHILLIPS Designer RICHARD WILMOT Producer MARTIN LISEMORE Director JOHN DAVIES ‡
Young Timothy Tangs:
Old Timothy Tangs:
Drums and percussion of every kind are the beginning of everything in music
A film portrait of Albert Parsons , proprietor of a small instrument factory in the mid-Wales town of Rhaeadr: here he made the J. Arthur Rank gong, timpani for the Halle Orchestra, tambourines for the Salvation Army, and the biggest drum in the world for America.
Filmed by BILL GREENHALGH Edited bv BRIAN TURVEY
Producer GARETH WYN JONES
Starring Kenneth Williams and The Young Generation
Guest artists Hines, Hines and Dad; Kazuo Hatta
Alyn Ainsworth and his Orchestra
The Young Generation choreography by DOUGLAS SQUIRES
Script by KENNETH WILLIAMS
Design J. ROGER LOWE
Producer STEWART MORRIS
... is the theme examined by Anthony Grey in this series of highly personal films.
Anthony Grey was the Reuter correspondent in Peking at the height of China's Cultural Revolution. He was arrested by the Chinese Government, as a political hostage, and held prisoner for 806 days.
' Two years of solitary confinement in China might seem to be a destructive and negative experience. Now perhaps the elusive positive aspects are becoming clearer in my mind. Undoubtedly my views of what is important in life have been radically affected by what happened to me.'
In this film ANTHONY GREY draws on his experience of Peking, and an earlier assignment in Berlin, to explore what it means to be a free individual; and discusses with a number of people, among them Michael Stewart , Ml', and Arthur Koestler , some of the political and social forces that can put an individual's freedom at risk.
Producer MALCOLM BROWN Director ALAN BELL
(' I learned what really matters ': pp 6-7)
The Lawn Tennis
Championships from Wimbledon
Recorded highlights of today's outstanding match. JACK KRAMER comments on the action - introduced by HARRY CARPENTER
Presented by JEFF GODDARD , HUW JONES Executive producer A. P. WILKINSON
Olivia de Havilland Gilbert Roland with Paul Scofield
Francoise Rosay , Dennis Price
That Lady was the notorious one-eyed princess whose passionate romance with a commoner angered Philip II, in 16th-century Spain.
In this screen version of Kate O'Brien's best-seller, Olivia de Havilland plays the exotic princess and Paul Scofield - in his first screen role - the fanatical king.
Director Terence Young
Ana de Mendoza:
Philip of Spain:
Captain of the King's Guards: